From the editor
The unique cover of the two presidential candidates demonstrates that though they both want to win, there can only be one new FSU president in the house for the 2018-2019 academic school year. The two will “duke” it out until the end, in a friendly manner of course.
The news section for this week also covers a wide range of topics including a look at what happened during the elections speeches and Q&A panel last week, where hopeful candidates looking to either be the next FSU president, director or board of governor director took the stage, shared their platform and ultimately tried to win over the audience to get their votes and claim victory.
There's also a look at the new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system that is heading to London, and how that will affect not only those taking public transportation, but also those sharing the road with the BRT system. The Interrobang's head reporter has the inside scoop on that.
In the Lifestyles sections, you will find a horror film review, a Fanshawe Music Industry Arts (MIA) alumnus profile and a look at the FSU student appreciation concert which features country musician Andrew Hyatt and headliners James Barker Band, who are most recently up for two Juno Award at this year's event. The Interrobang was also at the London International Airport for a special article featuring Olympic ice dancing champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, as they made their way back to London following their journey in Pyeongchang. The Interrobang spoke to them to learn more about their time at the Games and what comes next.
That's it for this issue, but the Interrobang team hopes you enjoy digging into these stories and are eager to read even more, when our next issue hits newsstands on March 12. Until then, have a great week!